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Which writer first referred to the 1920s as the “Jazz Age”? T.S. Eliot F. Scott Fitzgerald William Faulkner Ernest Hemingway

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  1. linda3
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    hello! Welcome to OpenStudy I hope you find this site helpful! :) Most question that involve writing, literature, or posted in the Writing Subject. but the Answer to your question is by the name of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Who wrote Great Gatsby and it was all about the roaring 20's!

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